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Our return rate on Tangerine Equity Growth Portfolio
February 6, 2018
6:49 am
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Loonie said

No, I have no better ideas for now. You'll be wanting something else by March probably. I'm using Hubert's one-year, cashable, no transfer fee right now, for this year's TFSA contribution, but Hubert isn't an option for QC anyway. It will be though, once you move to Ottawa!sf-smile  

the best rates seem to be available local in Manitoba
2.60 % on a saving

access lending to farmers

and 2.50 % on a cashable once a year on anaversary date

westoba credit union lending to farmers

Dose any one have higer local rates or this just amnitba that has higher rates for manitoba citzens ?

Save2Retire@55 said

Not at all. This was just a general matter about the whole forum. I have been here for years and I have seen some really annoying people. As I said, my apology. I should have thought more before typing it.  

February 6, 2018
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Save2Retire@55 said
And it happened. Glad I sold it at 18.68 per share. The price today is 17.92.

Now, have to sit back and see what happens to the market. The fund is still in Simplii 3% account. Might be taken to a GIC or back to Tangerine with a weekly automatic deposit.

** Not trusting myself anymore so avoiding using Questrade as I know I will most probably go crazy.  

It's good to know your limits!
You seem to have lucked out with your instinct to sell in Dec. Well done!

February 6, 2018
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I think I got lucky yes. It certainly had higher days. Went up to 18.94 at one point but the way market was behaving didn't look right at all. You can't trust a market when everyday for no obvious reason (other than some promises on tax changes in the states) the market keeps inching up.

And our TSX is so badly stuck at 16000 points. It gets there and bounces back downward every single time. Not sure if it can reach 17000 this year or we will see the 12000 again (I hope not and I doubt it but never know). Last time was Oil crash, this time might be something else.

Certainly good to know my limits. I learned from my mistakes and moved on.

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